From snaggers on the barbie to dainty desserts for dames, Stew a Cockatoo is the cookbook that every Australian has been waiting for. Not only is this book jam-packed (no pun intended) with good ol’ Aussie recipes but it’s full of anecdotal stories about how our cuisine came to be and fair dinkum definitions for words and phrases like "bush tucker" and "spuds." Bet you didn't know there were more than ten different types of Aussie sausage beef snag, chook snag, pork snag, lamb snag, tofu snag, any kind of meat snag, sav, mystery bag, and kanga banger. Stew a Cockatoo is also full of facts that you just can't live without. Like, did you know that of all the foods eaten week by week in Australia that Spag Bol is #1? And that the phrase "fair suck of the sav" was a phrase used when passing the one and only sausage between family and friends during the Great Depression? Stew a Cockatoo is the ultimate Australian cook book for kids and you'd be a flamin' galah to miss it.
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Ruthie May has been baking scones and burning snags from a very young age. Her all-time favorite recipe is the Peach Melba and the Edna Split was her first ever made-up recipe. Sheis the author of Count My Kisses, Little One.Review:
Children are quick to learn. Very soon they know that when you cook well, you eat well, and that to enjoy cooking is something that will be with you for all your life. Happy cooking with this delightful book. Learn the Aussie slang words and you'll be a real Aussie! - Margaret Fulton, Australian Chef
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